For more than a decade, international car manufacturer Nissan has waged an intense anti-union campaign against workers trying to organize at its manufacturing plant in Canton, Mississippi. Thousands of activists, workers, civil rights leaders and elected officials plan to march on the plant, 20 miles north of Jackson,…
I have a hard time caring about supercars unless they’re being used for super-hoonage, so YouTubers bragging about sweet new rides they’ll only use to hard park in Monaco have always rubbed me the wrong way. Fortunately, YouTube star PewDiePie’s new ride blows all of those basic supercar videos away.
For all its problems, the developers behind Driveclub on the PS4 can at least be proud of how good the game’s screenshots look.
In the past few years, Nissan has rolled out a Serena mini-van that's covered in One Piece. You couldn't buy it. But now in Japan, you can.
Nissan has lifted the red sheet off their mysterious Gran Turismo car, and it looks like what you get when you cross a GT-R with a Koenigsegg. This is the Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo, and I think it looks pretty badass.
Nissan just put together a graphic of every single one of their cars that have appeared in Gran Turismo. And at the very end sits this, their next car, under a sheet. Is it the next generation GT-R? A race car? A concept?
Of course they do! Well, at least in one town. Hakone, Japan, which is located outside Tokyo, has Neon Genesis Evangelion electric car changers.
Here's something I've been wondering about for years: why does every Japanese car, even ones never intended for export, have their name badges in English? Why don't any Japanese cars have chromed Japanese characters spelling out their names? Tonight, finally, I found out why.
Great news everyone! Remember that game you all so loved, the new SimCity, what with its always-on requirements, Orwellian DRM, small scale, and general unpleasantness? Well now you can make it even better, with the first free downloadable content — a Nissan Leaf ad!
Meet Donna Burke. The Australian-born talent moved to Japan in 1996, and since then, she's left her mark on gaming.
To motivate gamers, Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network give players achievement points and trophies. How does one motivate drivers?